Title Education Coordinator
Organization Tobin Center for the Performing Arts
Closing Date Monday, July 3, 2017
Location San Antonio, TX

Under the general supervision of the Director of Resident Company & Community Engagement, the education coordinator will be responsible for researching, planning and implementing arts education programs as part of the Generation NEXT Education Initiative. The position will be expected to maintain and grow relationships with community groups, schools, and existing education partners while seeking out opportunities to reach new audiences.

• Research (locally and nationally) and craft an annual education plan for The Tobin Center in keeping with the Tobin Center Education Mission to inspire, enrich, and educate the youth of the region by providing access to world-class arts experiences for everyone.
• Implement the education plan of engagement opportunities for schools, families and community organizations.
• Coordinate and/or assist with established Generation NEXT Education Initiative programs including student matinees, artist talkbacks, master classes, workshops, and professional development for teachers.
• Support the Director in launching new programs including:
o Partnership programs that allow schools and community organizations to link with Tobin Center presented performances and resources.
o Innovative programs unique to San Antonio and our region that fill a void in arts education.
• Work in partnership with the Development Department to identify prospects and craft/submit proposals for education program support.

• Provide exceptional customer service to educators, administrators, artists, parents, students and other community members.
• Coordinate and communicate effectively with all internal departments in presenting and promoting educational events.
• Cultivate relationships with Bexar County school districts, arts organizations, and non-profit organizations locally and nationally.
• Track and analyze attendance, survey data and other programmatic data to identify strategies for improvement, growth, and for use in grant writing and fundraising efforts.
• Prepare and oversee appropriate support and marketing materials as needed.
• Prepare data and narrative for grant and stewardship reports.
• Attend various administrative meetings.
• Prepare various routine and special reports as necessary.
• Assist in maintaining and meeting education department budgetary goals.
• Serve as on-duty staff member at selected events.
• Some weekend and evening hours required.
• Complete other duties as assigned.

• Bachelor’s degree in education, communications, fine arts or related field. Minimum of three years related experience.
• Strong oral and written communication skills.
• Ability to establish priorities and manage multiple projects simultaneously in a fast paced environment.
• Attention to detail and ability to coordinate various efforts with multiple parties.
• Effective project and event management skills.
• Ability to apply critical thought to projects.
• Experience working with schools and/or children’s programs.
• Knowledge of the performing arts preferred.
• Valid driver’s license.

Website http://www.tobincenter.org